Archaeology Printed On Fabric

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This is the original point cloud and fabric we printed out—of the Umm al-Amad Roman copper mines in southern Jordan.

Here are some upcoming swatches in development, most from point clouds of our former Italian field sites:

Fabric Swatch Created with the aerial view of an ancient Roman copper mine in Jordan.

Fabric Swatch Created with the aerial view of an ancient Roman copper mine in Jordan.

Fabric swatch created with the point cloud data of a Byzantine cityscape under excavation.

Fabric swatch created with the point cloud data of a Byzantine cityscape under excavation.

Fabric swatch created from the exterior point cloud data of Palazzo Vecchio in Florence.

Fabric swatch created from the exterior point cloud data of Palazzo Vecchio in Florence.

Fabric swatch created from the exterior  point cloud data of the Baptistery of St. Giovanni in Florence.

Fabric swatch created from the exterior point cloud data of the Baptistery of St. Giovanni in Florence.

Fabric swatch created from the interior slicing of the point cloud data of the Baptistery of St. Giovanni in Florence.

Fabric swatch created from the interior slicing of the point cloud data of the Baptistery of St. Giovanni in Florence.

Fabric swatch created from the interior point cloud data of the Room of the Elements in Florence's Palazzo Vecchio.

Fabric swatch created from the interior point cloud data of the Room of the Elements in Florence’s Palazzo Vecchio.

Fabric Swatch created from the point cloud data of the Hall of Geographical Maps in Florence's Palazzo Vecchio.

Fabric Swatch created from the point cloud data of the Hall of Geographical Maps in Florence’s Palazzo Vecchio.

I’d like to finish upholstering a whole couch/settee series per the idea of ‘Armchair Archaeology.’

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